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  • 1. The Tiger
    • Known as Panthera Tigris
    • 2. Lives in both dry forest & tropical rain forest
    • 3. Lives happily at the Texas Zoo
    • 4. Jacob Torres
  • 5. Maintenance
    • Here at the Texas Zoo, we do a very good job of cleaning the artificial ecosystem
    • 6. You start by carefully taking the animal out to clean its habitat
    • 7. Bathe the animal twice and then feed it raw meat because tigers are carnivores
    • 8. Then dispose of any waste or trash
    • 9. Make sure that you do a very good job at cleaning and filling the concrete walls providing the public with a safer view of the animal.
    • 10. Finally release the Tiger back into the cleaner and fresher ecosystem.
  • 11. Medical Treatment
    • The Tiger is one of our most healthy animals in our zoo so it is up to you to with hold that.
    • 12. We take lots of pride in caring for our animals especially the tiger
    • 13. First you start by putting the tiger to sleep. Be 100% sure the tiger is fully asleep before transporting it to the medical center
    Be sure to give each of the tigers regular check up for tuberculosis and HIV. Make sure you examine it carefully to ensure that they have no diseases and that they can function on their own properly without having constant medical support
  • 14. Safe Public Viewing
    • As a Texas Zoo employee, it is your job to ensure the safety of our visitors
    • 15. As you inspect carefully the habitat, make sure that the protective wall and wire is solid and strong
    • 16. Be sure to insure and children not to lean over the guard rail and to stay with their parents or group at all times
    • 17. Also be sure to inform people that horse playing and running is strictly prohibited
  • 18. Handicap Accessibility
    • Here at the zoo, we will teach you to take care of the handicapped
    • 19. We have ramps leading to and from all the exhibits and it is your job to guide them if necessary
    • 20. Make sure that you tend to their every need and allow for them to have a wonderful day with great costumer service
    • 21. Also be sure to keep them at a safe distance of incoming crowds at all times to ensure their absolute safety
  • 22. Protection From Severe Weather
    • When weather disaster strikes, be sure to follow these exact steps
    • 23. Because the artificial habitat as no cave, it is your job to move the tiger inside the boarding unit
    • 24. Once the tiger is safely secure, make sure to lock down the entire zoo and do a sweep of the area to make sure no tiger was left behind
    • 25. The indoor boarding unit is a climate controlled room that can with stand winds up to 150 MPH
  • 26. The Monkey
    • Known as Catrol Vancliechin
    • 27. Lives in the Tropical Rainforest
    • 28. Happy native of the Texas Zoo
  • 29. Maintenance #2
    • The Monkey requires lots of care and it can be a tough animal to handle too
    • 30. The Habitat consist of many trees and a playground
    • 31. Your job is to keep the trees at a nice trim and make sure that the playground is well kept up and clean
    • 32. Make sure to dispose of any waste a trash but be extra careful of any banana peels laying around
  • 33. Medical Treatment #2
    • The monkey can be very tough to handle depending on its mood but it shouldn't be dangerous
    • 34. First remove the monkey from the habitat and transport it to the medical center
    Make sure to check for a bacterial disease called bordetellosis and respiratory branhamella catarrhalis After the monkey is fully inspected allow it to soak in a chemical bathe to kill any fleas or pericitic bugs
  • 35. Safe Public Viewing #2
    • The Monkeys here at the zoo are considered harmless
    • 36. As a safety precaution make sure that children are not running inside the monkey exhibit
    • 37. Make sure to inform the parents that they should keep a close watch on the kids
    • 38. Also the public should not be feeding the Monkeys
  • 39. Handicap Accessibility #2
    • We are the only zoo in Texas to allow full handicapped access to our monkey exhibit
    • 40. Inside the exhibit we have ramps leading from the entrance to the exit doors providing a safe and easy transition throughout the exhibit
    • 41. As a guide, it will be your job to escort the handicapped throughout the exhibit to ensure their safety and to get a great experience from what they have just seen
    • 42. We take pride in knowing that our handicapped visitors are happy and pleased with their needs
  • 43. Protection From Severe Weather #2
    • When weather disaster strikes, be sure to follow these exact steps
    • 44. Because the artificial habitat is surrounded by glass, it is your job to move the monkeys inside the boarding unit
    • 45. Once the monkeys are safely secure, make sure to lock down the entire zoo and do a complete sweep of the area to make sure no monkey was left behind
    • 46. The indoor boarding unit is a climate controlled room that can with stand winds up to 150 MPH